Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/10/01

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Subject: [Leica] Develop and scan service (was Barnack, Barney. . .)
From: nicholsj at (Jim Nichols)
Date: Fri Oct 1 10:12:42 2004


I've had very good luck with Wal-Mart in-house, 1-hour processing.  They
will even do CD-only, with a small index print.  Prices vary form B&W to
Color, but its all done with the C-41 process.

Jim Nichols

> [Original Message]
> From: Peter Klein <>
> To: <>
> Date: 10/1/2004 4:03:05 AM
> Subject: [Leica] Develop and scan service (was Barnack, Barney. . .)
> Mark (or anybody):  Do you know of a place in Seattle that will scan your
> negs at reasonable resolution as part of the developing?  I had a bunch of
> rolls done at Costco, and they scratched the negs, so I'm looking for
> another place to get my film scanned when developed.  This is the best of
> both worlds--we get prints, so my wife is happy, and I only have to scan
> the best ones if I want more detail for printing.
> I assume you mean 15-20 bucks per roll, not per negative, right?
> --Peter
> Mark Rabiner wrote:
> >  I bring my stuff into a place called Photocraft here in Portland and
> > get each shot on the whole roll scanned to produce a 300dpi 8x10 16mg
> > file for 15 bucks with my professional discount. I think that's a 20mg
> > tiff file.  I think I save five bucks with the pro discount.
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